'Tis Pity She's a Whore - Study Guide Act 5, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Soranzo and his guests appear and take their places at the banquet table. In a whisper, Vasquez reminds Soranzo of his purpose, and Soranzo assures him he knows what he's doing. He then invites his other guests to start eating.

Giovanni appears, covered in blood, carrying a human heart upon his dagger and proclaiming the power of love. Amidst shocked exclamations from Soranzo and the other guests, Giovanni reveals that he's killed Annabella and cut out her heart, and he confesses that they've been sexually intimate and that she conceived a child. Soranzo sends Vasquez to get Annabella. While Vasquez is gone, Giovanni insists he killed her. Vasquez returns and confirms what Giovanni has said. Florio collapses in shock and dies. The Cardinal calls Giovanni a monster for "breaking [his] old father's heart," but Giovanni insists that he has the right to outlive...

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